"By improperly handling hazardous waste, pesticides and other materials in violation of federal laws, Wal-Mart put the public and the environment at risk and gained an unfair economic advantage over other companies," said Ignacia Moreno, assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's Enviro
Ignacia Moreno, the assistant attorney general for the environment division, said Hausman "posed as someone who was protecting this endangered species when he was really obtaining and using inside information to further the illegal trade in black rhino horns."
Date: Feb 14, 2013
Scotts to pay big fine for fake pesticides, poison bird feed
"As the world's largest marketer of residential-use pesticides, Scotts has a special obligation to make certain that it observes the laws governing the sale and use of its products," said Ignacia Moreno, assistant attorney general at the Department of Justice.
Date: Sep 07, 2012
Gibson Guitar Settles Criminal Claims Over Ebony Wood
Gibson has acknowledged that it failed to act on
information that the Madagascar ebony it was purchasing may have
violated laws intended to limit overharvesting and conserve
valuable wood species from Madagascar, a country which has been
severely impacted by deforestation, Ignacia Moreno, head of
Date: Aug 06, 2012
$44.4-million settlement reached in San Francisco Bay oil spill
The damaged ship released heavy fuel oil into the bay, soiling what Assistant U.S. Atty. Gen. Ignacia Moreno said was the largest estuary on North America's Pacific Coast, as well as "a recreational resource for millions."
"This penalty should serve as a wake-up call to all pipeline operators that they will be held accountable for the safety of their operations and their compliance with the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act and the pipeline safety laws," said Ignacia Moreno, assistant attorney general for DOJ's Envir
Date: May 03, 2011
US Army Corps May Proceed With Missouri Dam Breach, Appeals Court Says
Missouris focus on only the area within the floodway
completely ignores the broader public interest, Assistant U.S.
Attorney General Ignacia Moreno said last night in an appeals
court filing supporting the breach plan.